I think so. He has a special place in my heart.
He still needs work though & I still need to be educated on training. He has a very submissive disposition. He gets spooked easily, but he has a very sweet personality. When I got him in the round pen, he does as I ask just about everytime. He's learning how to trust and I'm learning how to train him. He was fearful of strangers, but he's getting better in that area too. My mother in law came to visit and walked out in the field to see my daughter on Charlie. Chance walked up to her & smelled of her as she was standing by the roundpen. That is really out of character for him. He used to ignore us and go about his business. Now, if I'm outside of the roundpen watching my daughter work Charlie, most of the time, Chance is standing beside me watching too.
To look at his pictures during the first week I brought him home, makes me sick. How in the world could someone not take care of their animals? Or mistreat them in anyway?
Dogs have a special place in my heart too, especially American Pit Bull Terriers. I have 2 in my home and have been around this breed for awhile. I never knew how inhumane humans could be until I got involved with this breed.
That's another story...